High-Current Low-Voltage Power Supply for Superconducting Magnets

Émilien Luc Henri Coulinge
In the wide range of applications for power supplies, the ones dedicated to feeding superconducting magnets occupy a niche. This particular kind of magnets has the intrinsic property of having zero resistance, and is only used in high-end facilities for fundamental research or medical application to produce large magnetic fields. This implies that powering superconducting magnets requires a very high current combined with a low voltage only due to the interface between the power supply...
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